Franklin Booth, scratchboard master? As I understand it, he didn't use scratchboard. Just pen & ink. Either way, darned good, weren't he?

ixgart: ART HISTORY: Franklin Booth Accurate depiction of the unexamined life succumbing to the evils of war and the mass hypnosis that would drive one human being to kill another.

Franklin Booth                                                                                                                                                                                 Más

Franklin Boothe, (July 1874 – August was an influential American artist known for his highly detailed pen-and-ink illustrations.

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Franklin Booth - There use to be ancient trees along roads - survivors of ancient forests - they're cutting and chopping up things on the roads these days - this sight is disappearing - Cloud mountains in the sky

Franklin Booth was primarily a commercial illustrator. His illustrations appeared in The Century Magazine, Everybody's Magazine, McClure's, Cosmopolitan, Redbook, Good Housekeeping, House & Garden and Ladies' Home Journal. He also created advertising art for Bulova Watches, Estey Organ, GE, Overland, Paramount Pictures, Rolls-Royce, Studebaker, Wallace Silver and Whitman's Candy.

// Nice illustration by Franklin Booth. A creepy halloween esque illustration.

illustratori della Comunità / post di blog / MasterWind (Sergey Loginov) / Franklin Booth

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Robert Franklin Booth - Prospect, 1925

Franklin Booth July 8 1874 August 25 1948 was an American artist known for his detailed penandink illustrations He had a unique illustration style b

Franklin Booth, Drawing with Pen and Ink and a Word Concerning the Brush, 1930

Day Franklin Booth An artist for the ages, Franklin Booth, born was a product of his time. Isolated on an Indiana farm and determined to be an artist, he studied what he saw on the pages of.

FRANKLIN BOOTH -  "A Remembered Dream" by Henry van Dyke. Scribner's Magazine, August 1917.

FRANKLIN BOOTH - "A Remembered Dream" by Henry van Dyke. Scribner's Magazine, August 1917.

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